Following the Pulwama incident Pak-Indo relations have gone haywire and after the petty move which India made yesterday by crossing the Pakistani territory is yet another topic of discussion.
The government said strikes targeted a training camp of the J-e-M group in Balakot. Pakistan said its jets had forced back the Indian planes and denied there were any casualties. India blamed Pakistan of allowing army groups to operate on its territory and says Pakistani security agencies played a key role in the Pulwama incident on 14th February.
After the incident, celebrities from both countries began to partake in the discussion of whether there should be a war or not and supported their respective homelands. From Salman Khan to Ajay Devgan and from Hamza Ali Abbasi to Armeena Rana Khan – everyone poured their hearts out.
Recently, we stumbled upon a tweet from 2013 by the King of Bollywood – Shahrukh Khan.
The Veer-Zaara actor took Twitter to express his views on the safety of Pakistan or so the masses have assumed. Or maybe they’re just trolling him? Let’s see!
Khan wrote, “Nasrun minal lahe wah fatahun kareeb” which translates to ” “pray to God and he will give you the power to Succeed.” It’s a verse from the Quran.
Nasrun minal lahe wah fatahun kareeb.
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) August 2, 2013
Have a look at how people are responding to Khan for this tweet keeping the Pulwama incident in mind.
HOW IS THE JOSH?!
HOW'S THE JOSH?? pic.twitter.com/wIMA3iM67N
— Saad Abdullah (@SaadieAbdullah) February 27, 2019
This one user wrote “Pakistan zindabad, Pakistani fauj paaindabad” which translates to all hail Pakistan and Pakistan Army.
پاکستان زندہ باد
پاک فوج پائیندہ باد
— Areba Noor Wazir (@areba07) February 26, 2019
This user thanked SRK for supporting Pakistan’s victory.
Thank you for confirming Pakistan victory
— Ali (@TheQazalbash) February 26, 2019
We’re loving these responses against Khan’s tweet.
Thanks for your support Bro
With your dua, Pakistan downed 2 jets.
— Abdullah (@abimhd) February 27, 2019
Thats like my boy. Thanks for supporting pak
— Nauman Wahid ?? (@INaumanwahid) February 27, 2019
Another user tweeted that Insha’Allah Pakistan will witness triumph!
Insha’Allah Pakistan will win!
— Realitee Bytz (@RealiteeBytz) February 27, 2019
— Adv Abdul Majeed Mahar (@MajeedMahar4) February 26, 2019
This user decided to mock the Indian Army.
— ?? Qazi Rizwan ?? (@HMRizwan66) February 26, 2019
Most of us just sit at our homes and tweet away from the comfort of our couch saying there should be a war without even considering what would be the consequences of it. Keeping the tweets and memes aside, do you all really think there should be a war after the Pulwama incident?
The Pakistan Army is no doubt protecting us but does that mean their loved ones deserve to lose their beloveds who are at the border? A value of life is priceless, whether it’s an Indian or a Pakistani. Let us know what and who are you in favor of!